Holmen High School graduate Jeren Kendall ended his season as a champion with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the Advanced Class A California League.
The Quakes swept Visalia in a three-game series to win the championship and finished off the title with a 9-1 victory on Friday.
Kendall started all three games and played center field. He had just one hit, but it was a two-run home run with two out in the sixth inning of the clinching victory. Kendall scored two runs during the series.
Kendall, who played at Vanderbilt after graduating from Holmen and before he became a first-round draft choice of the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2017, played 114 games for the Quakes and batted .215 while slugging .356.
Kendall hit 12 home runs, had 42 RBI and led the team with 37 stolen bases. He hit 20 doubles, tripled three times and scored 68 runs.